Kansas City Chiefs, OT Jawaan Taylor agree to 4-year, $80 million deal

A league source told The Athletic that the Kansas City Chiefs have agreed to deal with Young Taylor on the offensive end.

According to the source, Taylor will receive a four-year deal worth $80 million, including $60 million guaranteed.

Jawan Taylor agreed with the Kansas City Chiefs to replace Patrick Mahomes as the blindside keeper for Orlando Brown Jr.

The deal struck by Taylor won't become official until Wednesday.

A person familiar with the deal told The Associated Press.

After working at right tackle in Jacksonville, the Chiefs intended to play Taylor at left tackle, according to a league statement.

The expectation now is that much as Brown did when he arrived from Baltimore, Taylor will switch to left in Kansas City.

The franchise tag was used on Brown by the Chiefs a year ago after they could not agree on a long-term deal with their new representative.